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Oongkalkada Wilderness Camp

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Udialla Springs Gee Gully Creek, Derby, Australie-Occidentale 6725 Australie
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Lisa H a écrit un avis (juin 2018)
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I was lucky enough to spend four days with Neville and Jo on a cultural immersion through work. They were amazing hosts, the eco tents were great and I was even brave enough to sleep in a swag under the stars, food was fantastic! Neville has a deep connection to country and his knowledge of aboriginal culture, bush medicine and nature was second to none. Jo bought a great perspective as a non aboriginal living in both cultures. Thanks so much to you both, I can’t recommend this experience highly enough.
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Date du séjour : juin 2018Type de voyage : A voyagé pour affaires
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Jennifer H a écrit un avis (oct. 2013)
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We undertook a 10 day kimberley adventure trip with Neville Poelina in August 2013 and as part of that trip we stayed at Oogkalkada Wilderness Camp, Udialla Springs, for one night. Just to be clear this is not a hotel but where Neville and his family live and work. More detail on his website uptuyu.com.au It is on 3000 acre Nyikina-Mangala property, situated between Broome and Derby and the living quarters are a short walk to the Fitzroy River which runs through the property. suspend your defintions and expectations of luxury. This is a different kind of luxury in what is potentially a harsh climate. The property itself is steeped in history of the Aboriginal traditional owners and the legacy of white settlers. Neville and Jo (his wife) provide a very warm and generous welcome to their land and home. Accommodation is provided in wilderness tents with an outlook directly into the wilderness and are a little walk from the main house. They are a little touch of luxury and comfort for the traveller out of their comfort zone with a wonderfully comfortable bed and doona, chairs and ensuite. How Jo managed to keep it so clean with all the red dust is astounding!. Meals are provided in Neville and Jo's outdoor kitchen a short walk from the tents. This was magic sitting outside chatting with them and their family and governess (for their children) eating Jo's wonderfully healthy and delicious food. So this camp is more than just accommodation, this whole place is special in a natural, honest kind of way. We went in the dry season so the environment was dry, the sandy dirt a bit dusty and that is an adjustment depending on where you are coming from but so worthy of a visit and I imagine each season brings out different things in the property. I wish we had been able to stay longer and hope to go back again one day.
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Date du séjour : août 2013
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bungalowbroome6725 a écrit un avis (sept. 2013)
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We spent three nights and two full days at Oongkalkada Wilderness Camp with Neville, his wife Jo and children. It was fabulous. Their home is situated near the banks of the mighty Fitzroy River and surrounded by many springs on Udialla Station. We came away refreshed in mind, body, soul and spirit. It was opportunity to connect with country of the first nation people and hear Neville's stories. A great understanding and appreciation of the land we live on and increased knowledge was gained of the past stories of this area.. the more you learn, the more you realise what you don't know. The camp is comfortable with spacious eco tents with ensuites. The meals were delicious and the atmosphere and pace of the day is relaxed... it's Up-tu-yu ! Greetings from Ric, Julie, Kerstin and Michael.
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